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Bay Medical Gala

Updated: 11/17/2007 - It's a big night for Bay Medical Center. People are enjoying some music and great food tonight at the hospital’s 22nd Annual Gala at the Bay Point Marriott tonight.

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Taxation And Budget Reform Commission

Updated: 11/17/2007 - A panel of leaders studying Florida's tax system agreed to review certain sales tax exemptions. The Taxation and Budget Reform Commission also wants Florida to be among states that have joined forces to support the taxation of goods sold over the Internet.

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FAMU Grade Changing Investigation

Updated: 11/17/2007 - A grade changing investigation is rocking the state’s only public historically black university, Florida A&M. The news comes as new president James Ammons says the school is getting its money mess in order. School leaders are being tight-lipped about the probe.

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Charity Fraud

Updated: 11/16/2007 - As the holiday season approaches, many people are confronted with the decision of donating money to charities. However, not all of them are legitimate.

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Salvation Army Red Kettle Kickoff

Updated: 11/16/2007 - The sound of bells could be heard throughout the Panama City Mall Friday. But the noise wasn't to celebrate the holidays. It was to kick off an annual Salvation Army fundraiser.

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EDO Donation

Updated: 11/16/2007 - The Navy League is $10,000 dollars richer today thanks to a long time supporter.

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Holiday Accidents

Posted: 11/16/2007 - With the holiday season upon us, that means more people will be getting in their cars and hitting the roads.

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Burglars Caught on Tape

Updated: 11/16/2007 - Two men are behind bars in connection with a burglary at a Bayou George antique store.

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Another Shot Fired in Water Wars

Updated: 11/16/2007 - Some good news for drought-stricken Georgia could mean bad news for Northwest Florida. The U-S Army Corps of Engineers has begun reducing water flow from Georgia's Lake Lanier to the Apalachicola River and Bay.

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Coldest Weather this Season

Posted: 11/16/2007 - State emergency management and fire officials are urging residents to get ready for colder temperatures this weekend.

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Artisan Row

Posted: 11/15/2007 - Most anyone in South Walton County knows if you want to eat at one of the five new restaurants in Grand Boulevard Town Center, you can expect a long wait. A new addition is helping those diners pass the time. It's also attracting those who appreciate art.

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Pancreatic Cancer

Updated: 11/15/2007 - A local woman wants to raise awareness for pancreatic cancer during the month of November, which is National Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month.

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Allstate Rate Hearing

Updated: 11/15/2007 - The Allstate Insurance company appeared before state regulators Thursday. The company wants to increase some property and fire insurance premiums by a quarter to more than a third.

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More Budget Cuts

Updated: 11/15/2007 - Florida’s money problems are getting worse. Economists predict that the state will collect 1 billion dollars less than previously expected between now and net July. Lawmakers already cut 1.1 billion dollars from the budget in a special session last month and will have to slash again.

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A Job Well Done

Posted: 11/15/2007 - The United Way of Northwest Florida held its 2007 Victory Breakfast Thursday to celebrate a very successful fundraising campaign this year.

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Lotto Winner

Posted: 11/15/2007 - Somebody in Northwest Florida is $14 million richer today.

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Local Foreclosures Soar

Updated: 11/15/2007 - Banks and mortgage companies are doing big business in real estate this year, but not much of it is positive for consumers. The wave of home foreclosure that's sweeping the nation, hasn't by-passed Bay County.

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Animal Abuse

Posted: 11/15/2007 - Several weeks ago a family abandoned five dogs and about 13 puppies. Residents say sadly this story is common in Calhoun County.

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Boot Camp Base Continues

Updated: 11/14/2007 - Martin Lee Anderson's encounter with seven Bay County Juvenile Boot Camp drill instructors happened on January 5th, 2006. The 14-year-old died the next day. It was more than a month ago that a Panama City jury acquitted the drill instructors and the camp's nurse, but the case is far from over for the former defendants and the Anderson family.

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